President’s Day 2021

THE DAY. It was an early start for the Competitors in the President’s Cup. It was the largest field to take to the Fairways in recent memory. Mr. President had organised a full programme to celebrate his final year in office. The Juniors had played their Texas Scramble earlier in the week and the Ladies played for their Lady President’s Cup on the Friday and Saturday, to accommodate as many tee times as possible for the men. Inevitably it was a long day, but the speed of play did not hamper the standard of golf, net 63 being the winning score. The Halfway house refreshments boosted players energy levels, and there was a drink at the Bar waiting for all when they came off the course.
THE NIGHTOh What a Night !
Southwards served hot food – courtesy of the President from 6.30pm.
The Clubhouse, the terrace and the Marquee were full of Players, Members and Guests gathered for the Presentation and the evening celebrations.

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The Presentation.The President presented, the Junior Winning Team with their Prizes.
Winner of the Lady President’s Cup was Larraine Morrison, Chris Burton second and Chris Pearce third. Lynda Preston was nearest the Pin on the 18th

The Winner of the President’s Cup, and President’s Prize – Range finder and travelling Wine Case – Mark Coulter
Best Gross Tyron Currie

Second was Ken Newsham, Third Ross Tippett, Nearest the Pin Gary Regan, and second shot nearest the pin on the 17th was Mark Coulter

Mark Initially Lost For Words.
Thanked Mr. President for a splendid competition and a wonderful prize and made a plea for shorter rough!

THE REVELLERS

After the Presentation the President officially opened the New Terrace and Refurbished Clubhouse with a striking Fireworks Display. –

and the celebrations continued into the night, with Music from Clare Ball, and Just Billy’s Disco.

Dunnerholme Craft Fair Sept. 18th 2021

The morning started grey, misty and drizzling, but it didn’t dampen the spirits of the stall holders or the visitors to the Craft Fair. By Lunch time, the sun was out, and they were enjoying their cups of tea out on the new terrace, a lovely venue to try some of the excellent “Dunnerholme Ladies Baking” too.
Books, Cards, Silver Jewellery, hand crafted Toys wooden decorations and Christmas Regalia. Skilled Crochet work, knitting and sewing, patchwork, bobble hats and cushions, Christmas stockings and intricate laser work were all displayed for sale, along with many innovative crafts and gifts for all occasions. The tombola was a great success and there were lots of lucky winners. Total Fund Raising from the event was £525. 

Well Done to all those involved and Thank you to everyone for supporting The Dunnerholme Craft Fair.